|American Media: Still the Fourth Estate? - Princeton University|
Bill Keller, Executive Editor, New York Times Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Princeton University, Nov 14, 2005 Length: 1:29:46
Keywords: Bill Keller; media
|Glen Greenwald in SF 2011-11-02 - finitedatum|
Excerpt of Glen Greenwald's talk with David Talbot at the First Unitarian Church of San Francisco on November 2, 2011, on tour for his new book "With Liberty and Justice for Some". first four minutes are about Occupy Wall Street, then topic changes to the Obama presidency. shortcuts to some highlights: 1:13 background of Erin Burnett 2:41 background of Bill Keller 4:15 Talbot changes the subject from OWS to Obama 7:30 effect on public opinion of the wars, torture, extrajudicial killing, etc 9:18...
Keywords: ows; Glen Greenwald; San Francisco; Barack Obama; OWS; occupywallstreet; Salon; David Talbot; Erin Burnett; Bill Keller; finitedatum
|TummelVision 67: Tantek Ãelik explains open web standards for poets - Heather Gold, Kevin Marks, Deborah Schultz|
Tantek Ãelik is an independent technologist, writer, teacher... the notorious @t on twitter... and a vocal proponent of open web standards. In the wake of the Schema announcement, Tantek joins Heather, Kevin, and Deb to talk about the present and future of the social graph, openness, and living online.
Keywords: Open web standards; @t; New York Times; twitter; Bill Keller; women; Jill Abramson; Schema; Microformats; Creative Commons; copyright; social media; blogging; technorati; conversational marketing; Bing; Yahoo; Google
|Democracy Now! broadcast (Friday, August 17, 2012) - DemocracyNow!|
Broadcast for Friday, August 17, 2012 Headlines --Britain Vows to Deny Assange Safe Passage --At Least 70 Killed in Wave of Iraq Violence --Afghanistan Helicopter Crash Killed 11, Including 7 U.S. Soldiers --U.N. to End Monitoring in Syria, Saying Both Sides Have "Chosen the Path of War" --Report: Assadâs Brother Maimed in Damascus Attack --South African Police Open Fire on Striking Miners, Killing At Least 30 --Shell Blamed for New Oil Spill in Southern Nigeria --U.S...
Keywords: 2012; DemocracyNow!; Democracy Now; Amy Goodman; Juan Gonzalez; Britain; UK; Ecuador; Sweden; US; Commonwealth; Australia; Julian Assange; embassy; political asylum; Jennifer Robinson; Wikileaks; journalism; Bill Keller; New York Times; Daniel Ellsberg; Pentagon Papers; Berkley; NDAA; grand jury; Espionage Act; voter ID; Pennsylvania; Federal Taxes; Iraq; Syria; Assad; Afghanistan; Global Temperature; Chevron; Shell; oil spill; Nigeria; South Africa; miners; protest; Bahrain; Nabeel Rajab; Pussy Riot; Putin; Free Speech; Russia; showtrial; feminist; feminist punk; punk; JD Samson; punk rock; Le Tigre
|People United - August 17, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation about investigative journalism and the public interest with Ken Martin, founder, editor and publisher of The Austin Bulldog. He spoke at the KOOP Studio on July 23, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Ken Martin; The Austin Bulldog; investigative journalism; the public interest; advertising; ownership; editorial independence; staffing; community newspaper; government; transparency; public accountability; democracy; Texas Open Meetings Act; City of Austin; Austin City Council; round-robin meetings; work sessions; executive session; open-records request; emails; public official; city business; Travis County; Hays County; Dripping Springs; water supply; real estate; development; corruption; Williamson County; Georgetown; Third Coast magazine; Cox Communications; The Austin American-Statesman; Rich Oppel; Richard Oppel; The Dripping Springs Dispatch; The Williamson County Sun; The Austin Business Journal; In Fact newsletter; The Austin Chronicle; Lee Nichols; Texas Public Utility News; The Good Life magazine; Rebecca Melancon; Central Texas; WikiLeaks; The New York Times; Bill Keller; politics; public policy; history; current events